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Department
Social Science
Course
SOSC 1375
Professor
Colline Terry
Semester
Fall

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The Time Machine: all for handling of wells theory • The power of scientific thinking has become important • leads to more prestige • Scientist and Gender: • the role of women in the modern societies o best suited to me women o the Darwinians were? who were o 5/6 don't go through the full process and support the church o intellectually inferior to men-(women) o feminist argued to right to vote and have an education o kept women out of scientific knowledge and research as women involved religion and emotions o wells was a womanizer he married his cousin and one of his student but had many affairs with the consent of his wife o no women in the time machine at the dinner or at
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